Make the most of your Bachelor of Arts with overseas study, internships and further study.
In collaboration with partner universities the Faculty of Arts runs a number of overseas intensive subjects or University of Melbourne Overseas Subjects (UMOS) in various locations around the world.
Information for Bachelor of Arts students applying to study at an overseas institution through the University’s Exchange or Fee-paying programs.
Information for international students studying on Exchange or in the Fee-paying program with the Faculty of Arts.
Other enrichment options
Work Integrated Learning (internships)
The Faculty of Arts offers a number of Work Integrated Learning internship programs with government, community, corporate and industry organisations. These specialised study programs serve as a bridge between work and study.
Faculty of Arts Global Leaders
The Faculty of Arts Global Leaders program brings together domestic and international students to develop authentic and enduring connections between international students and students travelling overseas on University of Melbourne Overseas Subjects (UMOS).
Diploma in Languages
The Diploma in Languages is one of five concurrent diplomas offered to students enrolled in a bachelor degree at the University of Melbourne. There are 12 languages available to study.
Peer Assisted Study Sessions
Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) are weekly group study sessions led by a high achieving student (PASS Leader) who has successfully completed the subject in a previous year.
Melbourne Arts Student Society
Enrolled in an Arts, Media or Creative Arts subject? Or just love free food and great parties? The Melbourne Arts Students Society (M-ASS) is open to all University of Melbourne students and is officially yours for the taking.
Faculty of Arts events
View all the exciting events relating to the Faculty of Arts.
Melbourne Peer Mentoring Program
In the Melbourne Peer Mentoring Program, newly commencing Bachelor of Arts students are supported to navigate their transition to University; make new social connections with other first year students; and access helpful advice.
Academic Advising is an important initiative to connect academics and students. The relationship between yourself and your academic adviser is a mentoring relationship, and your adviser will be an ongoing and supportive contact during your time at the University.
The Bachelor of Arts (Degree with Honours) is a specialised year of study for students who have achieved academic excellence in their undergraduate degree.